A while ago I started a blogpost with a question: “what would you do if you were not afraid”? I cannot remember the number of times I asked myself this question. Yet, in the past few months, I have asked myself a different question: “do you do things out of fear or out of love”? Over time, I also learned to ground myself through another important question: “would you rather be happy or right”? I have recently read a book called “so good they can’t ignore you” by Cal Newport.
I read “turnaround” back in 2003. It was the first year of my bachelor’s in economics. Back then I only knew that Ghosn was a leader in adopting so many cultures having rescued four companies on four continents. This book was enlightening and I highly recommend reading it at this time as Ghosn is facing the harshest turmoil in his life. He has been in a Japanese jail since November 2018 accused of financial wrongdoing.
It is about how we can achieve more by doing less in a world full of distractions and what the author calls “daily barrage” of emails, texts, tweets, meetings, and “other things”.